#1
Ok, Ive been calling on alot of help lately but you guys dont seem to mind voicing your opinion at all...

So Right now my gear is as follows

Carvin X-100B Fullstack,i HAVE AN ASHLY SC-40 Preamp,too Ibanez TS-9, Ibanez Tonelok chorus/flanger, and a dunlop super mister crybaby. i play a Gibson SG special faded, and an epi flying V...

So i play ALOT of older rock and newer rock and metal, punk
Seven mary three, blink 182, metallica, greenday, 3 Doors down, creed, Alter bridge, cream, lynryd, foghat, Etc..

so my rig has to be very versital, and i dont want to have to switch settings around for the next song in a gig, i have most of the classic rock covered, and most of the heavt stuff like alter bridge, but i dont have the middle spectrum...

so as for a 3rd distortion , Ds-1 maybe? or Something else? my limmit on cash is abot...100 bucks wont spend more than that on any more gear..
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#2
If you push your budget $40 more you can get a Jekyll & Hyde stompbox. It's good and you have your pick between distortion and od and you can bleed them together. But if youur not going to spend that much mabey a Boss OD pedal. Don't get the DS-1 it sounds tinny. Atleast imo
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#3
Yeh wont be pushing my budget, thats not a good scenario...lol

But i have overdrive now i need distortion, medium gain ish...the ts-9 doenst get there...
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#5
actually the ds-1 is good for green dayish stuff.
Epiphone LP special II
-Duncan Designed pu's
Schecter c-1 Elite
-Neck:PAF Pro
-Bridge: Steve's Special
Boss MT-2 Metal Zone
Ibanez Weeping Demon wah
Peavey studio pro 112 65 watt
Ampeg 50 watt
#6
at harmony central there are alot of mixed reviews for a ds-1..most say its tin can sounding but others say its awesome...

i dunno, seems like all the decent pedals are WAY too expensive
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#7
Decent pedals are kinda pricey but worth it if you find one that matches you. My personal experience with the ds-1 is the tin sound you heard about. It's so empty. But meh. Still try it out.
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#8
Jekyll and Hyde is a great pedal, but for a hundred bucks, why not try out a Digitech DF-7?
#9
Dont like digitech so much, too digital,
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